Molluscum Warts are caused by a virus called the Molluscum Contagiosum Virus. This virus can affect anyone; however it is particularly prevalent in children under 10. It can also be spread due to sexual activity in adults from a partner that is infected. The warts can appear on any area of the body but are most likely to show on the legs and arms.
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There was an interesting news item about a 15 year old boy who was treated for molloscum skin rash. He had around 25 red bumps on the side of his neck for a few months. They didn’t itch , weep or form pus. It is related to warts but different.